Saint Security uses Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity’s deep packet inspection (DPI) software R&S PACE 2 in its network-based advanced malware response solution MNX to identify, analyze, judge and block malicious activity. By embedding the DPI engine, they unlock the full potential of Artificial Intelligence-based (AI) analysis methodologies to fingerprint sophisticated cyber-attacks.
The new Bitcoin protocol classification functionality enhances network analytics and security solutions to identify Bitcoin network activity. This enables enterprises to identify, control and block bitcoin transactions within a network.
The OEM deep packet inspection software R&S PACE 2 now improves the reliability and credibility of network protection solutions. When embedded in a firewall, malicious attacks that bypass common security policies via DNS tunneling can be identified and prevented.
The multi-level IoT platform solution provides full visibility and control of enterprises’ IoT operations with secure, backdoor-free, globally managed IP connectivity.
Cambridge, United Kingdom/ Leipzig, Germany – June 14, 2017 – Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity, a leading IT security provider, and Arkessa, a leading M2M managed services provider, today announced the launch of a joint multi-level IoT platform solution. It unlocks the full potential of IoT by enabling secure interactions across digital ecosystems of devices, people and systems.
SCADA, CIS, ICS and similar Modbus protocol communication based industrial systems become much more vulnerable due to their increasing connection to the Internet. The protocol lacks built-in security measures, which makes it easy for cybercriminals to exploit industrial systems and networks and take full control of critical infrastructure. Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity now provides a critical IT security solution for secure Modbus protocol communication that protects the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) against cyberattacks and espionage.
The “Internet of Things” (IoT) or “Industry 4.0” allows companies in the manufacturing industry to make enormous innovative and productive leaps. However, this development also generates considerable new risks for companies: With machines and tools independently executing digital commands, new digital channels open up which offer new opportunities of industrial espionage for cyber criminals. If the Industry 4.0 is to become an economic success, cyberattacks as well as network errors have to be detected and prevented in time.
Building a secure automotive telematics platform to achieve a profitable business model for automakers and ecosystem partners is a challenging task for mobile network operators. As the platforms lack detailed security specifications and a standardized framework, they become an attractive target for cybercriminals. Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity now offers solutions that enable operators to build a second line of defense to protect platforms and vehicles. The security solutions will be presented at this year’s Mobile World Congress.
Aricent Traffic Detection Function (TDF) provides communication service providers an opportunity to capitalize on analytics for traffic optimization, charging and content manipulation, working hand in hand with the policy management system.
A shift of paradigm in IT security is becoming more and more crucial to enable scalability in future Internet of Things infrastructures. At RSA Conference 2017 in San Francisco, Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity showcases its embedded protocol and application classification solutions. These solutions promote a shift from a traditional, reactive blacklisting of known signatures to a highly pro-active whitelisting approach.